Boston Scientific Cardiology Catalog

Boston Scientific Cardiology, Rhythm and Vascular (CRV)  November 24, 2012 – 09:20 am
Boston Scientific - Leading innovator of medical solutions

Introducing Boston Scientific Cardiology, Rhythm and Vascular (CRV) - a brave new venture focused exclusively on the needs of cardiovascular specialists and their patients. CRV brings together the power of Boston Scientific's cardiac rhythm management, cardiology, electrophysiology, neurovascular and peripheral intervention franchises, offering the broadest portfolio of market-leading cardiovascular products and support to patients, physicians and health care systems.

CRV was created with the idea that what we do today defines tomorrow – reaffirming our commitment to innovation and clinical science in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. We're challenging conventional thinking, imagining ourselves in a world without limits and delivering the tools and technologies that physicians need to help their patients thrive for a lifetime.

Seeing the future is one thing. Being the future is another. We are the future. We're CRV. Defining tomorrow, today.

What can we do to help you define tomorrow? Give us your ideas on how our CRV Group can help you define the future of cardiovascular therapies.

Contact us at CRV@bsci.com.

CRM8-4923-0710

Source: www.bostonscientific.com


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